EDINBORO, Pa. – The West Virginia Wesleyan men’s Tennis fell on the road at Edinboro Sunday afternoon by a 5-2 score. The win by the Fighting Scots marks their 10th consecutive win at home.
Camillo Salvi and Kevin Lin started the day off with a 6-2 win in doubles play. Emmanuel Mallya and Kihirio Karasawa fell just short of a win, losing 7-6. Andreas Hald Dige and Anthony McIntosh also lost, falling 6-3.
Edinboro won four out of the six singles matches as Salvi and Jonathan Lindstrand were the only Bobcats to pick up victories. In those victories, Salvi went three sets to get the win and Lindstrand won 6-3 and 6-2.
Up Next For The Bobcats
Wesleyan returns back to Buckhannon on Tuesday for MEC action with Frostburg State at 4 p.m.